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Tugay Top Rovers Midfielder AGAIN



For the second month running the Midfielder of the Month poll was quite rightly won by Tugay; and convincingly so with 58%.

Joining Tugay in the poll to determine the overall Play of the Month after finishing in second place will be Robbie Savage; a man who has also had another fine month, he gained 16%.

Morten Gamst Pedersen looks to be coming back into form and his 11% allowed him to finish third. After finishing with 9% David Bentley losses his record of featuring in every Player of the Month poll as he ended fourth.

Completing the poll with 2% and 4% were Aaron Mokoena and Sergio Peter respectively.

So in summary
David Bentley - 9%
Aaron Mokoena - 2%
Morten Gamst Pedersen - 11%
Sergio Peter - 4%
Robbie Savage - 16%
Tugay - 58%


As the search for Decembers Player of the Month rolls on the current poll is asking, "Forward of the Month for December?" Who will join Brad Friedel, Andre Ooijer, Tugay and Robbie Savage? You decide!

PLEASE NOTE: We are reverting back to the quick fire 24-hour poll again now so get your vote in quick!

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Writer: Walker Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday January 1 2007

Time: 7:25PM

Your Comments

Not sure we can argue much with Tugay winning the poll, glad Sav gained enough to finish second as his usual tireless work rate in December earned him a place in the overall poll.
Hughes Da Man
Tugay is a good winner but I think if it could have been an equal 1st between himself and Savage, as I think its Savages' work in midfield that has allowed Tugay the space to operate. For the strikers poll I'd like to see Nonda win, We all know wot Benni is about but Nonda has shown in over Dec that he is a good striker, his goal against Boro, but has he done enuff to get his contract??
Clint
Savage without doubt deserved to be in and probably deserved more vote like you say. Benni will win pretty much every forward poll won't he. Nonda had a fine December and has certainly done enough to stay until the summer now to fully prove himself. Had he not had a good month I'd have been happy for him to have gone back to Rome as we speak. 2007 could see him prove just why Sparky wanted him, lets face it Sparky isn't often wrong is he!
Hughes Da Man
Nonda still has a lot to do but like you say he is showing that extra bit of quality now. For me I was dissapointed Gamst didn't get more of the vote. He has had a mediocre season at best but during the last month he has really buckled down and worked hard. He was ace against both Boro and Wigan. Surely the goals won't be far away.
roversman
 

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